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(July 30, 2001) -- Advertising technology company Comet Systems has signed a one-year distribution agreement with GoTo, the search service which operates on a pay-for-performance basis. Comet has also signed a separate distribution agreement with Ask Jeeves.

GoTo listings will be syndicated to users of Comet's Search Cursor software, which allows users to do a search on any text on the Web by clicking on text with the specially designed cursor. Ask Jeeves will provide ability rankings of Web sites for any given search term. That information will appear below the GoTo listings.

A total of 86 million unique users have downloaded the Comet Cursor. -- Catharine P. Taylor

Copyright July 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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